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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 14 October 1952
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
The DAILY Kent Stater WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15,1952 VOL. XXIX, No. 10 Kent^tater Editor-in-Chief A1 Pashin Managing Editor Bill Barrett Business Manager Bud Mays Co-News Editors Ernie Mazza Janet de Nobel Feature Editor Bruce Limpus Society Editor Pat Boehmer Sports Editor Jim Witzberger Assistant Bill Miller Chief Photographer-Mario Blechman Librarian Mary Ann Loftus Reporters:—Marji Dick, Barb Davidson, Roy Berko, Marcia Hill, Lois Eichenberg, Ann Boerner, John Bassett, Jack Walas, Joyce Todd, Carol Levens, Joyce Schweinefus, Sally Jarboe, Joan Osborne, Chuck Glass, Florence Haas, Dick Baun, Tom WilCoxson, Scott Dorrance, Charlotte Frolo, Paul Schlemmer, Dave Horvath, Sandy Roads. Asst. Business Mgr Jim Young Adv. Mgr Cal Ratcliff Asst. Advertising Mgr..Dick Granger Edition Mgr Tom Duke Circulation Manager.Carl Titgemeier The KENT STATER is published daily, Tuesday through Friday, during the regular school year and each Thursday during the summer sessions. It is suspended during the ...
Queen Hopefuls Vie For Honor Ya Hungry? Pity Connie -Epicurean [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
Queen Hopefuls Vie For Honor Ya Hungry? Pity Connie -Epicurean The annual pie eating and spaghetti eating contests held at Kent have brought many mighty munchers fame, glory and Bromo-Seltzer at this university. But e’ven the mightiest and hungriest of them will have to hang his head in the light of a story received from London, England, over the AP teletype. Teen-ager Connie Manning bet she could eat her way through an entire cafe dinner menu. And she almost made it. Before they called for the stomach pump, Connie managed to devour an amazing quantity of food. She started with a soup course. Then came steak and french fries, lamb and french fries, ham and french fries and salami with french fries. Needing some variety, Connie called for Welsh rarebit. This was followed by baked beans on toast, spaghetti, mushrooms and bacon. She was a little groggy as the last round started with a heaping dish of fancy ice cream. But she downed that, too. When the waiter brought in a plate of ordin...
14 ROTC Men Get Promoted [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
14 ROTC Men Get Promoted Lt. Col. Frank Mandell, commanding officer of the Army ROTC, announced the following promotions based on leadership and scholastic standing: M/Sgt. Benjamin Davis, Ist Sgt. Dan P. Panageas, Ist Sgt. Jack E. Schoonover, Ist Sgt. Anthony Suso, M/Sgt. Penfield W. Tate 111, and M.Sgt. Arthur R. Wellach were promoted to the rank of major. Those men advanced to the rank of captain included: It Lt. Thomas D. Anderson' M/Sgt. Donald L. Auth, Ist Lt. Joseph D. Grabski, 2nd Lt. Clarence J. Kramer, 2nd Lt. Paul E. Needles, S/Sgt. Leonard G. Pohlod, Sgt. Larry R, Schroeder, and 2nd Lt. Gene R. Thompson. . . . Bobby Dale
THIS 'N THAT On The Campus Merry-Go-Round [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
THIS ' N THAT On The Campus Merry-Go-Round Jimmy Riggs and his orchestra will supply the music for tonight’s midweek hop from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. in Wills gym. # * * The usual meeting room for the Student council is being redecorated. Today’s meeting at 4 p.m. will be in 103 M. There are openings for two students on the University Entertainment committee. Applications must be in Bill Berzinec’s mail box by 3 p.m. today. * * * “Detective Stories” is the topic which Dr. George L. Bush will present at a meeting of the KSU Student Affiliate of the American Chemical society tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in McGilvery hall. This meeting is open to the public. .Dr. Bush of the University chemistry department wrote “Science Education in Consumer Buying.” In addition, he is co-author of four high school chemistry text books. 5? # All new students, both freshmen and transfer students, who have not had the physical examinations are requested to get them immediately, according to Loren S. Hadley, director...
'Dangerous Corner’ Opens Tonite UT’s Homecoming Play Will Feature Suspense [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
'Dangerous Corner’ Opens T onite UT’s Homecoming Play Will Feature Suspense By Marcia Hill Kent State’s University theatre will start its twenty-second season tonight with the opening of this year’s Homecoming play, “Dangerous Corner.” This play by J. B. Priestly is a gripping drama of suspense climaxed by a surprise ending. Highlighting the cast are three veterans of the UT stage, Jackie Lee, Si Lee and George Paristeris. Jackie plays the part of Olwen Peel who is perhaps the most level-headed and moral of the characters in the play. Gordon Whitehouse is played by^ Si Lee. Gordon is a sentimentalist who is greatly disturbed by most of the events of the evening that the play envelopes. George Paristeris will portray Robert Chatfield who is an overserious person and frets out every detail of the circumstances in which he is involved. Corinne Curry adds a slight touch of light relief to the play with her portrayal of Maud Mockridge, a mediocre novelist and a first rate “gushy gossip.”...
Prexy Heads Ohio Council [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
Prexy Heads Ohio Council President George A. Bowman has been elected president of the Ohio Inter-University council. This council is made up of all the state university heads. The position is rotated each year among the presidents of the six educational institutions, Kent State, Bowling Green Ohio State, Miami, Ohio university, and Central State. President Bowman came to Kent in July, 1944 from Youngstown, where he was superintendent of schools. This is the first time he has been president of the council. . . . George Bowman
New Credit Course Offered By Clinic [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
New Credit Course Offered By Clinic “Study Improvement Through Reading and Speaking,” a new speech course to be offered this quarter, will stress practice in reading and understanding rapidly. The classes, which are a continuation of the reading clinic services, will meet twice a week in the reading room of the library. This course which gives one hour’s credit, will be taught by the regular faculty. Students may register throughout the week for either of the two scheduled classes.
REPORT ON SPILT COFFEE FROM THE HUB-CATS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
REPORT ON SPILT COFFEE FROM THE HUB-CATS By Jim Butler The members of this “colyum’s” Department of Progress are whooping it up on campus today after yesterday’s announcement in the Stater about the $2,000,000 womens dormitory. The decision of the University Board of Trustees to go ahead with plans marks the beginning of another era of building for the University. The immediate post-war building program had been completed with the construction of the Arts building, after Stopher hall, the MPE building and the stadium had been constructed. * * * Hat’s Off Department: Our lids are lifted this week, also, to the Goodyear Aircraft corporation and the members of the faculty and students who are co-operating to give Kent its first research project. As yet we don’t know too much about the scientific device they are working on, but it sounds pretty complicated and that’s “researchy” enough for us. * * * Our On-Campus-Political-Analyst, Knucklehead-J-Bong, did a little interpreting of the fi...
EDITORIAL New Season [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
EDITORIAL New Season Shortly after the auditorium lights dim this evening at 8:15 p.m., the curtain will rise on the first production of University Theatre’s twenty-second year. In the midst of Homecoming preparations the annual UT production is sometimes overlooked. There are few campus groups, however, that deserve more recognition. Countless hours have already been invested in the project by the student thespians, stage hands and designers. Before the last act is over tonight, countless more hours of worry, strain and aggravation will be expended. And that’s only the beginning. Tomorrow night, Friday night and Saturday night the entire process will be repeated. It seems to be a characteristic of people connected with the theatre, whether on the professional or amateur level, to continually strive for the finest. And that isn’t satisfactory, either. They probably have the right idea. At any rate, the success of their efforts have been reflected in more polished performances and en...
Kent Writer Reorganizing [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
Kent Writer Reorganizing By Scott Dorrance How many of you, as students of KSU have ever heard of the Kent Writer? The “Writer” is a magazine type publication put out by an independent group of students on campus for the benefit of other students who are interested in reading the journalistic efforts of their classmates. It contains stories and poems, all original, which are written and published by the staff of the “Writer” for the enjoyment of all at the University. The group was organized last year under the guidance of Mr. Dußois, professor of English here at KSU. It consisted of several students who thought their idea was a worthy undertaking. Four issues were published last year but then interest began to fall off. It’s a new school year now and persistent writers are not so easily stopped. Meetings of all interested personnel are being planned and Mr. Dußois is working on a report to the English department as to the status of the Kent Writer for this year. The first meeting o...
Goon Gone At Game [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
Goon Gone At Game By Goon Limpus Say man ... I ankled down to Berea like iritated Buck Rogers Satarday eve to dig the football game, and man was I brought down, no end. Not only did we whiff defeat in the valiant fray, but I ran up against a bunch of squares that couldn’t even roll down hill, man I mean! For instance; a bunch of cornballs decorated their house with a large effigy supposed to epitomize us Kentites getting a hair cut by a hornet. “Trim Kent” it says. Man that ain’t so bad, but they were giving us a crew cut. If they had done a little research they’d know that we cats affect only the duck-tail. I mean it’s just too! Completely wigged over the crazy dolls arabesquing around the grid, the “music” gassed me not at all. Those cranberries couldn’t blow their nose. However, one deciple blowing horn in the third deck knocked out some crazy licks. Some square explained that the homman accidentally bumbed into the cat marching ahead of him which practically rammed the horn down...
SPORTS AT A GLANCE [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
SPORTS AT A GLANCE By Jim Witzberger The rumpus over the quitting of Jim Nowakowski finally ended this fall when the 6 foot 8 inch center enrolled at Tulane university. Big Jim will have to sit on the side lines for one year before he is eligible, but while he is sitting there he can think about the $4,500 scholarship that he gets at Tulane. When football season started* Coach Trevor Rees had high hopes for Buster Pounders, giant sophomore lineman from last year. A week before the season was to start Rees called Buster on the phone to verify his return. Buster said he was coming back. Practice started and no Buster. Rees again called the Pounders home and this time his mother said that Buster had left for the west coast to go to school. To this day no one has heard from him. My guess is that he is playing football for someone else, not telling them about his previous experience. The Kent gridders are home grown talent. There are only two players from out of state. They are Bill Inde...
INTRAMURAL [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
INTRAMURAL In the opening round play of the independent touch football league the defending champions Twin Lakes defeated the Golden Greeks, 19-8. In other action the Arcadians dumped Six Nuts and a Bolt 13-0; and American Commons Club defeated Stopher Ava, 18-6. In an overtime contest the Astabulains beat the Fire House Five plus Two, 18-12.
WAA Lists Activities [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
WAA Lists Activities Tryouts for Sharks club will be Oct. 16 for all university women according to Miss Beverly Seidel, WAA advisor. Several members of Sharks have been invited to McDonald High school on Oct. 22 to demonstrate skills in synchronized swimming for the girls’ swim club of that school. The university dance group, under the direction of Bess Koval, will meet every Wednesday night at 7 p.m. beginning Oct. 29. Anyone interested in modern dance is invited to come. Intramural volleyball for all university women will begin Oct. 28 in Wills gym. There will be a roundrobin tournament among sororities and dormitories. Teams ending with the highest number of points will enter the double elimination playoffs.
Assistants Do Lots Of Work; Don’t Get Credit [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
Assistants Do Lots Of Work; Don’t Get Credit When a football team is going good, quite often the head coach gets all the credit. And in many cases, his assistants are overlooked. Such may be the case at Kent. Head mentor Trevor Rees has three able assistants that certainly should share the glory: Clarence Haerr, Donald McCafferty and Richard Paskert. Haerr completed his first season as head basketball c6ach at Kent last year with a 14-10 won-lost record. A star at Springfield high school, Haerr continued his athletic career by stealing the show in football, basketball and baseball at Baldwin-Wallace. Bud was quarterback on the great Jacket squads of 1934-36. Haerr is now in his fourth year as a member of the KSU coaching staff. He is married and has a son and daughter. In games so far this year, Kent’s line has proven that it is a good one. That’s where Don McCafferty comes in. “Mac” was a standout on the gridiron in high school at Cleveland Rhodes. From there he won fame both as an...
TICKETS [Newspaper Article] — Daily Kent Stater — 15 October 1952
TICKETS Tickets for the Homecoming game with Ohio U Saturday will go on sale today. The tickets may be purchased at the Police office between Kent and Merrill halls between 9 and 3 p.m. Students are urged to purchase their tickets early to avoid the rush at the gate.